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SI Swimsuit Models Love D.C. Athletes

For 100 percent real, I didn't even know SI's new Swimsuit edition stuff was out until Reader Rob e-mailed me with breaking news. Apparently, SI Swimsuit models love D.C. athletes above all else. Though there's really no graceful way to do this sort of research inside The Washington Post newsroom, which led to me hiding in the corner while reviewing the bios.

Anyhow, World's Hottest Athlete? Let's have at it.

Kim Cloutier: I have to choose a hockey player, so I'll say José Théodore who used to be the goalie for the Montreal Canadiens.

Well, yes, Kim, he did use to be the goalie for the Montreal Canadiens. Now he plays for some other hockey team that happens to have more points than the Montreal Canadiens. Respect, Kim, respect.

Hilary Rhoda: Clinton Portis. Go Redskins!

Go! Of course, this triumph for D.C. was somewhat lessened by at least three of the models choosing LeBron James for the hottest athlete honor, including one from Russia, who really ought to know better.

(Whoa, more anonymous SI Swimsuit tipsters at Mister Irrelevant.)

By Dan Steinberg  |  February 11, 2009; 11:25 AM ET
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i cant believe all those girls chose lebron james...i counted at least 5...he is hands down one of the ugliest superstars of all time..

Posted by: jasonma1 | February 11, 2009 12:25 PM | Report abuse

best looking athlete is here

Posted by: jasonma1 | February 11, 2009 12:25 PM | Report abuse

Also worth noting, from that link, that Hilary especially likes "real guys," and crabs.

Maryland crabs, that is.

Posted by: theredskate | February 11, 2009 2:00 PM | Report abuse

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